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Samuel Glaser (Zoogoo), who's based in Florida, and Anthony Colas (Planet Aldol) from France have been putting their energy in an intense journey through organic spectra, while still encompassing a wide range of emotions.
Tapping into the subconscious by exposing the listener to a constantly morphing world of living organisms is something PlanetZoo has gotten especially good at. The sparse instrumental passages contribute greatly to this album in a sense that they put a more emotional image to the stage.
Overall this is a work that will reward repeated listening, as its complex and at times recursive structure becomes more clear over time.
Enclosed is Samuel Glaser's journal which should give you a closer look into his world.
This audio is part of the collection: Entity
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Keywords: organic; dsp; abstract; field recordings; chaos; instrumental
Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Belgium
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Subject: very enjoyable
sad that it ended!
Definitely a world of oozing primordial goo, oceans of it. And underground caves of it.
Joel Kinberger -
Great sounds. Perfect space. Takes you're brain on vacation. We need that. -Thanks. /Joel K